The University of Notre Dame admitted 1,400 Early Action applicants who attend 925 different high schools across the globe. In addition, another 800 were deferred to the regular decision admission process to be evaluated for possible admission in March.
In response to the growth of its undergraduate business school, the University of Notre Dame is adopting new admission practices for students interested in enrolling in the Mendoza College of Business.
Notre Dame’s Early Action program is designed to provide students with the freedom of choosing their college by May 1
Notre Dame’s incoming class of 2018 comes to campus from the University’s highest-qualified applicant pool and reflects the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ efforts to extend and personalize its recruitment process, according to Don Bishop, associate vice president for undergraduate enrollment.
“The quality of the applicant pool has jumped in the past four years, and we are using numbers less to select the class,” Bishop said. “While we are more selective than ever, we are also more on mission in that selection process.”…